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and supporters, they were arrested in downtown los angeles for protesting what they're calling poverty wages. list and monica, i want to talk to you. this issue is coming up a lot. it frustrates me because i think sometimes people put themselves in positions where there are only certain jobs they're qualified for. i don't see where publicly-traded company or private business obligation to pay them more than the market demands. liz: you know, i see both sides of what is going on here, and it's a really bad economy. listen, walmart job is a great job for a person who wants that job, who knows what the job is all about. the idea that it's a grateful-time job for somebody who is unemployed and prior to this, that's the pain of this jobless recovery, right? this is not a grateful-time job. a lot of kids to raise. and heading to college, right? but the other side of it too, walmart does provide benefits. it provides health benefits and 401(k)s to a lot of workers. >> it's a great company to work for, you know? look, there's a lot of pressure. walmart has been under a lot of pressure for a long tim
this a little bit, it's just two cities, it's new york and los angeles this year. >> right. except new york means the new york city metropolitan area, so it goes to connecticut, new jersey and long island. stuart: and they extend this next year. >> yes. it starts immediately, this coming sunday. stuart: seems this is a wonderful thing. this is private enterprise using underutilized assets in an insolvent public agency. i say this is wholly good. >> yes, if you look at it that way, it is good. the big picture here is the post ample of perhaps the most inefficient aspect of the government. the post office is the government at its worst, because it is operated on the basis of political decisions rather than economic decisions. stuart: right. >> for example, ups and fedex cannot lawfully compete with the post office for first class mail. but they certainly can compete with the post office for delivery of packages. now, if ups or fedex or fox news or general motors shut down for a day, they'd lose a tremendous amount of money. when the post office shuts down for a day, it saves a lot of money. s
working on a top secret research project with langley. beale took lavish trips to los angeles visiting relatives on the taxpayer dime, racked up $57,000 worth of travelling expenses and told the epa he contracted malaria while serving in vietnam and gave him a $18,000 value, handicap parking spot in d.c. beale neither served in vietnam and never had malaria. kirsten powers, still with us and listen to all of this. took 23 years to get this guy? doesn't this undermine the central premise of the obama administration, which is, no, it does, it does. >> the obama-- >> no, it does, president obama is all government, all the time. he wants the government to do everything, but they don't perform. obamacare is a shambles. this guy walks around, he's with the cia for god knows how many years? come on, the whole idea of government can do everything is falling to pieces. >> i just don't believe that obama or really any democrat believes that government can do everything. stuart: wait a minute, wait a minute. in his speech right after, his first inauguration at a speech at a major university, pres
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